About Computershare, Inc
Computershare Limited (Computershare) is engaged in the business of Investor Services, Plan Services, Communication Services, Shareholder Relationship Management Services and Technology Services. The Investor Services operations comprise the provision of registry and related services. The Plan Services operations comprise the provision and management – more... of employee share and option plans. The Communication Services operations comprise laser imaging, intelligent mailing, scanning and electronic delivery. The Shareholder Relationship Management Services Group provides investor analysis, investor communication and management information services to companies, including their employees, shareholders and other security industry participants. Technology Services include the provision of software specializing in share registry, financial services and stock markets. On April 7, 2008, Computershare acquired Strand Business System Limited. In August 2009, Computershare acquired I-nvestor. – less – More from ZoomInfo »
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Make you work like a slave.
Q/A Specialist (Current Employee), Canton – September 20, 2011
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